Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Posted by Rose Cunningham at 5:14 PM
Kirthi, from Pages (http://the1bookblog.blogspot.com) is hosting an amazing giveaway in honour of Green Week. She is a big environmentalist and like many of us, wants to save the Earth! Please check out the awesome post of hers by going to her blog (URL above). Thanks! =)
Posted by Rose Cunningham at 4:53 PM
Monday, April 12, 2010
Recently, I have discovered an amazing magazine that is written and produced by teens, so that readers and writers around the country can enjoy the literature that fellow teens create. It is amazing to read the articles your peers write as well as try to submit some of your own original work. To check it out (and hopefully subscribe to the great magazine) copy and paste the URL below:
It's a great opportunity to consider and definitely worth your time to see some of the amazing accomplishments of the people around you. Teen Ink really allows you to express yourself through writing and you can relate to many of the topics teens write about. All in all, Teen Ink is wonderful and a great organization founded for a great cause.
Posted by Rose Cunningham at 7:34 PM
Welcome to my first ever contest! I'm so excited to be hosting this contest. I would be so grateful to anyone who would like to enter and get a chance at winning the wonderful prizes that are in store. The guidelines are this:
- you can only fill out one form
- all answers on the form must be true
- you can enter if you live in the US or Canada, OR if you live internationally and can have someone in the US ship it to you
- there will be 2 winners chosen:
the winners will be contacted via e-mail and expected to give a mailing address so that I can mail you the prizes
they will each win the same prizes, just different colours
the prizes are this:
- a beautiful composition notebook: for writing the most inspirational literature (poems, quotes, stories, songs, etc.) in
- 2 colourfully-designed ballpoint pens: How can you write without the most contemporary, yet realistic and nostalgic ballpoint pens?
- a "going green" themed memo pad: for spur-of-the-moment ideas and possibly a quote book
- and lastly, a Post-It note book: to remind yourself everything you need to know, and who doesn't love Post-It notes?
So, thanks to everyone who enters. I really appreciate that you are taking the time to fill out a 5 minute long form to get a chance at winning cool prizes. It's great to know that I have followers who are willing to support me and my writings. Thanks so much!!!
To enter Rose Cunningham's Blog Creation Celebration: Contest 1, please copy aand paste the URL below:
P.S. The deadline is May 10. Good luck!
Posted by Rose Cunningham at 7:20 PM
Friday, April 2, 2010
Hills rolling forever
Into the distance
Beyond the valley
And your old green house.
Where we laughed,
Made great memories,
Smiled, kissed, and shared
In each other's joy,
In our love,
In our lives;
In our beings,
That we thought
Would never separate-
The hills continue on
Green as the envy
Wedged inside the crevices
Of my broken heart.
Are the memories
Of seeing you with him
As I drive past the hills
To my new life
And a single tear down my face
I don't know what your perspective is on this, but my initial inspiration was that I am in Virginia over Spring Break and we were driving in Tennessee (my favourite state) and there are so many beautiful hills that I just had to write about them. The poem just came to me and the story it told (to me)was that it's from a heartbroken guy's perspective, and he was madly in love with this girl who seemed to be in love with him, but when he had to move and start "a new life," she moved on from him before he had even left. =(
Anyways, I was wondering if, included in your comments, if you could suggest any titles you think would be better than mine. I couldn't really come up with one...
Posted by Rose Cunningham at 4:51 PM